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Dutch/ Belgian/ German Headphone Meet 18-11-2012: Photos and Impressions!

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  1. MuZo2
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    Thanks a lot, very , much interested in meeting you guys and hearing all that great gears..
     
  2. Swimsonny
    Nice impressions guys! Can you tell me more about this fischer amps IEM. It really seems to be causing a stir. Whose the owner as well? 
     
  3. laen
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    I wish I tried them, having the Brainwavz B2's or Fischer Audio DBA-02's myself. Next time, gadget, I'll get you next time!
     
  4. Ultrazino
    Sepinho gave me his FA-3E after the meet so I could listen to them for another day because I was already so amazed on my way to the meet and didn't even try any other IEM until we got there.
     
    Background: I was A/B comparing UE900 and Heir 4.Ai for a few days in a row and trying to figure out which of the two sounds more neutral? Is the UE900 too warm or is the 4.Ai too bright?
     
    And then the FA-3E hit me. Maybe my ears were already exhausted with neutral IEMs, but this one just hit the spot. I was trying to figure out what flaws it has and I couldn't find any - that at a considerably lower price than both, the UE and Heir. I'd say it is extremely uncolored with the best timbre I've heard from a BA yet.
     
    On the second day, I *think* to have found following "flaws": kick-bass is slightly elevated, as is the presence peak. I will consider both flaws a plus, personally. It adds a tiny bit musicality but it is really hard to find because of the good timbre. I'm guessing nobody will ever notice unless he's heard more neutral 'phones.
    Resolution is not 100% on par with UE900 and 4.Ai but it's pretty close. There seems to be a slight roll-off in the very high frequencies but I haven't heard anybody confirm it yet.
     
    All in all, it's a very neutral earphone that secretly adds some drive to the music. Extremely recommended for transparency and Rock fans.
     
  5. ninogui
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    Sorry to jump on your thread guys but...
     
    That´s exactly what I did!
     
    Had a Portapro lying around with a malfunctioning right ear driver, had KSC-75 too but never got along with the fit (strangely enough one of the ear clamp-ons was shorter than the other meaning terrible build and quality control) so I took out the Portapro drivers and clamped on the KSC drivers...
     
    and now I have a PORTAPROKCS!
     
    it is a funny name in fact if you spell it in one go.. fashion contest is irrelevant since the pad covers most of the earcup anyway
     
    ps: Whom of you guys is Sebastian from headsound.de ?
     
  6. Ultrainferno
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    Sepinho :wink:
     
  7. ninogui
    ok so he already shipped ear tips to portugal (to me) lol
     
  8. laen
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    Strange.. I actually recently received my Portapro's with a somewhat malfunctioning right ear driver. I can live with it most of the time (hammering the right ear madly makes it become less for a short time), but it's quite a downer. Production process borked, or something I guess?
     
  9. ninogui
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    I guess for the price they cost that´s the quality control level we get. I´m pretty sure mine is a blown driver (crashpin mid and low freqs) which probably happened from it being left not working for a few years
    I believe Koss has a lifetime warranty but for the cost and hassle of sending it back you´re better off just buying a new one
    My feeling from swapping the drivers from the KSC-75 is bass is a bit heavier so I tend to tone it down on eq at the 32-60Hz range
     
  10. Negakinu
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    I have a few Portapro drivers lying around as spare. Let me know if you want one, I'll ship it to you in an envelope. :)
     
  11. laen
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    I live 20 minutes away, could as well just come get it and visit my family living close to Heerlen :wink:.
     
    So, yes, that would be super, cause.. smashing the right ear isn't working, I thought it was, but that was the moments the rest of the music masked it, or the music had a silent moment. Quanta costa?
     
  12. Negakinu
    I live in Rotterdam. :) My parents live in Heerlen, not me. I leave for Prague this weekend and won't be in Heerlen for quite some time. Well I'll be there for Christmas to see my parents ofcourse. :) Just PM me your address and I'll post you the driver. I'm not using it so you don't need to pay me. It's not an expensive part. :)
     
  13. cogsand gears
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    I have had a pair of the Fa-3e for....6 month's ish (?).
     
    It was Sephinho who opened my eyes to them, and im glad he did. I have not tried the UE 900, but have auditioned the 4A.i. For me, the Fa-3e's fit my preferances much better.
     
  14. Coop
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    Now you have me curious about your musical preferences, as I had pretty much the same experience... But I tried the UE 900 too. And while I liked it a lot, I liked the general sound signature of the FA-3E better...
     
  15. Ultrazino
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    I agree. But I even prefer the UE900. It has better extension in both ends and coming from dynamic transducers this is something that matters to me. Plus, the UE900 is more relaxed - sadly in effect also a worse timbre.
    FA-3E for me fits the category "take it and shut up - you don't need anything better."
     
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